Instrument Technician

Location: Offshore - Bruce Platform

Date Posted: 24 September 2019

Closing Date: 30 November 2019

Department: Offshore Operations

Reports to: Maintenance Supervisor

Role Purpose

  • Responsible for carrying out Isolations in a competent manner, complying with Safety Management System and legislative requirements
  • Responsible for performing safe delivery of reliability and maintenance work on the Bruce Platform
  • Delivers accountable PMs, Correctives & Critical Equipment according to the plan
  • Accountable to plan for and perform all Risk Mitigation actions included in all Maintenance Permits to Work 

Areas of Responsibility

Geographical Span: Serica Assets- UKCS

Budgetary Responsibilities: No

Direct Reports: No

Travel Required: As required

Main Tasks

Please note that this list of duties is not exhaustive and employees will be expected to undertake reasonable duties commensurate of their role and grade.
  • Responsible for identifying all risks associated with any assigned work prior to execution
  • Carry out preventative, planned and remedial maintenance as described in Serica’s maintenance 
  • management system work instructions
  • Plan and prepare all paperwork including risk assessments and permits, to complete the maintenance tasks
  • Responsible for carrying out Isolations in a competent manner, complying with Safety Management System and legislative requirements
  • Responsible for weekly monitoring checks on safety and production critical equipment, reporting any deviation of set parameters and raise work orders in maintenance management system
  • Carry out major services, overhauls and intrusive maintenance on platform equipment
  • Carry out fault finding and diagnostic checks on all platform equipment, ensuring any repairs are addressed promptly
  • Carry out inspections on all portable equipment and complete relevant paperwork
  • Ensure critical spares are available and any discrepancies are addressed
  • Provide technical instruction and guidance to ad hoc personnel and new team members
  • Responsible to deliver safe, reliable maintenance aligned with Serica’s values and participate in safety programs
  • Responsible for following all safety, environmental and regulatory rules applicable to facility and completes Control of Work requirements daily
  • Responsible for identifying and knowing the tools, materials, and procedures prior to the execution of work
  • Responsible for ensuring personal competency development tasks are completed
  • Responsible for completing all work, especially regulatory compliance work, as planned
  • Responsible for daily recording of pertinent work order information (failure reporting, improvements, time, request for master data changes, lessons learned, etc.)
  • Responsible for following Work Management processes and standards within planning activities and monitoring the agreed upon KPIs, taking appropriate actions to close the deviations from target
  • Responsible for adhering to a culture of reliability and continuous improvement
  • Responsible for supporting planning development of maintenance plans
  • Responsible for identifying improvement opportunities and basic defect elimination in the day to day execution of work
  • Responsible for cleaning up work sites and returning unused materials to the storeroom at the completion of work
  • Responsible to communicate job progress to the Maintenance Supervisor to ensure productivity and maximize wrench time when there is inefficient planning or a break in the schedule
  • Responsible to attain / maintain training & experience required to deliver designated duties as designated within the emergency response team offshore 

Decision Rights:

  • Performs all duties prescribed by content and schedule for Maintenance Permit to Work
  • Performs all work scheduled for maintenance activity within the Plan
  • Provides input to supervision on Technician competency progression and endorse assessments
  • Performs immediate response to platform breakdown incidents
  • Performs routine duties such as good housekeeping and equipment basic care as prescribed by the Equipment Reliability Strategies
  • Performs completion and close out of all work orders assigned, including documentation of lessons learned while performing work order duties
  • Performs and take appropriate action when recognizing any defect or unsafe condition within workplace

Professional Skills

  • Experienced Instrument Technician on an offshore installation

Behavioural Skills

  • Strong teamwork skills
  • Technical discipline knowledge
  • Strong organisational and communication skills
  • Performance driven

Education Requirements

  • Level 3 VQ – Maintaining Plant & Systems – Instrument & Controls or equivalent qualification
  • COMPEX (Hazardous Areas)
  • Small Bore Tubing
  • Working at Height
  • Vibration Systems
  • Siemens FT100/125 Control Systems
  • Bolting & Joint Assembly
  • Emergency 1 Aid
  • Fire Team Member
  • Lifeboat Coxswain 

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Closing Date:
30 November 2019